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Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Cambridge. : The trials at large of W. Grimshaw and R. Kidman, (with a short narrative of their lives,) for burglaries and robberies, committed in the House of Mr. Joseph Butcher and in Caius College, in the University of Cambridge and of Henry Cohen as an accessory before the fact [electronic resource] : tried before the Hon. Sir Nash Grose, one of His Majesty's Justices of the King's Bench, on Friday and Saturday, the thirteenth and fourteenth of March, 1801 : also of Henry Cohen, as an accessory after the fact, tried before Baron Notham, one of His Majesty's justices of the King's Bench, on Wednesday, July 22, 1801 / taken in short hand by J.H. Blanchard and published by J. Newby.  1801 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Cambridge -- Early works to 1800. : The tryal of John Jeroms, and Henry Footman, at the Assizes at Cambridge, on Wednesday, July 31, 1745, [electronic resource] : For a Robbery on the highway in that county. Together with an information made by Jeroms of 12 robberies committed by him and his companions within two years past, and of their counterfeiting the coin.  1745 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Chelmsford. : Burglary at Holyfield Hall, Watham Holy Cross, Essex [electronic resource] : the trial of Robert Wolfe, William Bush, Joseph Chesham, Joseph Litchfield, James Westwood, James Jeffrey, and George Westwood, for the above offence at the Essex Lent Assizes, holden at Chelmsford, on Wednesday, March 10th, 1819, before the Honourable Sir John Bayley, knight, one of the judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench : containing the evidence of Edward Duvall, an accomplice and the corraborative testimony of twenty-eight witnesses / the whole accurately taken in court by William Thorogood, Bishop's Stortford ; to which is prefixed an authentic narrative of the lives of the prisoners and the circumstances which led to their apprehension ; concluding with an account of the execution of Robert Wolfe and Joseph Litchfield, on Friday, March 26th, 1819.  1819 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Chester -- Early works to 1800. : An accurate statement of the trial of James Price and Thomas Brown, before the Hon. Francis Burton, Esq., at the Assizes holden for the county Palatine of Chester, the 6th day of April, 1796 [electronic resource].  1796 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Early works to 1800.   37
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Lancaster.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- London.   19
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800.   13
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Manchester. : Correct report of the trial of William Holden, James Ashcroft, the Elder, James Ashcroft, the Younger, David Ashcroft, and John Robinson [electronic resource] : for the murder of Margaret Marsden and Hannah Partington and for robbery in the dwelling-house of Mr. Thos. Littlewood, at Pendleton : before Sir. Richard Richards, knight, Lord Chief Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at Lancaster Assizes, on Friday, the fifth of September, 1817 / taken in short-hand by George Taylor.  1817? 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Northampton. : Some account of the trial of Huffham White, Robert Kendall and Mary Howes, (otherwise Taylor) [electronic resource] : before the Hon. Sir Alexander Thompson, knight, at the assizes held at Northampton, on Wednesday the 28th July, 1813 : the said Huffham White and Robert Kendall being charged on suspicion of felony, in stealing divers bags of letters from and out of the Leeds mail coach, on the 26th of October, 1812 : and the said Mary Howes being charged as an accessary to the said felony after the fact.  1813 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Northampton -- Early works to 1800.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Warwick -- Early works to 1800. : The Genuine history of the life of Richard Turpin, [electronic resource] : The noted highwayman, who was executed at York for horse-stealing, under the name of John Palmer, on Saturday, Ap. 7, 1739. I. A true narrative of the transactions from his birth to his marriage and settling at Suson as a Butcher. I. An account of his being a smugler in the hundreds of Essex; his turning dear-stealer; his exploits with gregory, fielder, rose, wheeler, and the rest of the Essex Gang. III. His breaking from that gang, and an humorous adventure, by means of which he got acquainted with king. VI. Of his being pursued in white-chapple by Mr. Bayes, where he shot his companion king by mistake. V. A particular account and description of their cave, with the robberies they committed in those parts; and Turpin's shooting Mr. Thomspon's man. VI. An account of his exploits in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, with the manner of his being apprehended. VII. A summary account of his trial at York Assizes; his behaviour in gaol and at the place of execution. VIII. The depositions of two gentlemen out of Essex to  1739 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- York. : The trials of Edward Robinson, [electronic resource] : (late servant to Tate Wilkinson, Esq; of the Theatre-Royal, York,) for felony, on three separate indictments, at the Guildhall in the city of York, on Tuesday, July 28, 1789, before Sir John Wilson, Knt. One of his Majesty's justices of the court of common pleas.  1789 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- York -- Early works to 1800. : The remarkable case of William Bower of York, [electronic resource] : convicted for the robbery of Mr. Levit Harris then a School-Boy at Scorton near Richmond, now a Commoner of Exeter College in Oxford. Containing a summary of the trial, and a full relation of the discovery since made by one Taylor alias Robinson, supported by Affidavits of Persons of incontestable Credit: together with a few brief remarks on George Gardner's information, and several other Proofs of Mr. Harris's. To which is added an appendix, concerning some affidavits, said to be Obtain'd by Mr. Harris or his Friends, tending to prove Taylor at Darlington, when he Confess'd himself robbing Mr. Harris on Hessey-Moor.  1744 1
Trials (Robbery) -- France -- Chartres. : Discours et r⥳um⥳ dans l'affaire d'Orgᥲes [electronic resource] : instruite par-devant le tribunal criminel d'Eure et Loir, s⥡nt a Chartres, par le Citoyen G. Liendon, alors pr⥳ident, et maintenant premier juge au m㥭e tribunal.  1801? 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Great Britain.   14
Trials (Robbery) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   23
Trials (Robbery) -- Indiana -- Bloomington. : The Monon Express robbery, or, The celebrated trial of Chesley Chambers / by W.H. East.  1891 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Ireland.   5
Trials (Robbery) -- Ireland -- Clare. : [A Report of trials under a special commission for the county of Clare held at Ennis, January, 1848] [electronic resource].  1848? 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Ireland -- Dublin. : The Irish patriot!! [electronic resource] : Fairburn's edition of the whole proceedings on the trial of Roger O'Connor, Esq., the celebrated Irish patriot, friend, and sssociate [i.e. associate] of Sir Francis Burdett, bart., on a charge of robbing the Galway mail coach, in December, 1812, tried at the county of Meath Assizes, before Mr. Justice Daly, on Monday, August 4, 1817, and following day / taken in short hand by T. Finnerty.  1817 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800.   3
Trials (Robbery) -- Ireland -- Meath. : The whole of the trial of Roger O'Connor, Esq. [electronic resource] : at Meath Assizes, August 4 and 5, 1817 on a charge of robbing the Galway mail, by a person who had been thrice reprieved on offering to make disclosures / by an eminent short hand writer, expressly sent from London ; with Mr. O'Connor's interesting and manly address to the people of Ireland.  1817 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Japan. : Keiji saiban kiroku kyōzai : gōtō chishō hikoku jiken / Shihō Kenshūjo hen.  2003 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Maine.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- Maryland -- Baltimore. : Trials of the mail robbers, Hare, Alexander and Hare [electronic resource] : with the testimony, the proceedings of the court, and the arguments of counsel at length : William Wirt, Esq., attorney general of the United States, Elias Glenn, Esq., district attorney, Thomas Kell and Reverdy Johnson, Esqs., for the prosecution, General Winder, David Hoffman, Charles Mitchell and Ebenezer L. Finley, Esqs., for the prisoners / reported by Edward J. Coale ; to which is added, the trial and proceedings before the Circuit Court of the United States, in Philadelphia, in the case of William Wood, an accessary before the fact, reported for the Franklin Gazette, by Richard Bache, Esq.  1818 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts. : Narrative of the life of James Allen, alias George Walton, alias Jonas Pierce, alias James H. York, alias Burley Grove, the highwayman [electronic resource] : being his death-bed confession, to the Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison.  1837 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Boston.   3
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Early works to 1800. : The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Capt. John Quelch, and others of his company, &c., for sundry piracies, robberies and murder committed upon the subjects of the King of Portugal, Her Majesty's Allie, on the coast of Brasil, &c. [electronic resource] : who upon full evidence, were found guilty, at the Court-House in Boston, on the thirteenth of June, 1704 by virtue of a commission, grounded upon the act of the eleventh and twelfth years of King William, for the more effectual suppression of piracy, with the arguments of the Queen's council and council for the prisoners upon the said act : perused by his excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., captain-general and commander in chief in and over Her Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, in America, &c. : to which are also added, some papers that were produc'd at the tryal abovesaid : with an account of the ages of the several prisoners and the places where they were born.  1705 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Ipswich.   4
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Malden. : Life, character, and [career] of Edward W. Green, postmaster of Malden, the murderer of Frank E. Converse [electronic resource].  1864 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Northampton.   3
Trials (Robbery) -- Mexico -- Tacubaya. : Historia del crimen de Tacubaya : robo en cuadrilla, asalto y heridas perpetrados en la casa del señor don Federico Hube, la noche del 19 al 20 de julio de 1882 / por Hilario S. Gabilondo.  1882 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Missouri. : The trial of Frank James for murder [electronic resource] : with confessions of Dick Liddil and Clarence Hite and history of the "James gang."  1898 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New England. : Review of the "Life of Michael Martin, who was executed for highway robbery, December 20, 1821, as given by himself" [electronic resource].  1822 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New Hampshire -- Charlestown.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- New South Wales -- Cases. : Sentencing robbers in New South Wales : principles, policy and practice / Ivan Potas.  1990 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New South Wales -- Eugowra Region. : The gold escort robbery trials / Noel Thurgood.  1988 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New South Wales -- Sydney. : The Trial of bushrangers John and Thomas Clarke / George Turnbull Dick (ed.)  1993 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New York (State) -- New York.   5
Trials (Robbery) -- Ontario.   2
Trials (Robbery) -- Pennsylvania. : The thrilling adventures of Alice Dunbar [electronic resource] : the celebrated horse thief and female Jack Sheppard, whose daring exploits have created the greatest excitement throughout the country : she is styled by the detectives "The women of many disguises" / a true story edited by James Colley.  1869 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : The mail robbers, or, Evils attendant on a sinful life [electronic resource] : comprising a journal kept during the visits of the author to George Wilson and James Porter, both convicted of the robbery of the reading mail, Dec. 6, 1829, and sentenced to be executed July 2, 1830 : the former received a pardon from the president, so far as capital punishment was to be inflected䨥 latter suffered the penalty of death : also, the death warrant, Wilson's pardon, &c. : designed as a warning to youth / by Thomas Porter.  1830 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Qu⥢ec (Province) : The Trial, defence, &c., of William Ross, who was executed together with Robert Ellis, J.B. Monarque & W. Johnson, at Quebec, in April last [electronic resource] : for a burglary and robbery committed at the house of Messire Masse, cure of Pointe Levi on the night of the 29th September, 1826.  1827 1
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